Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is thankfully, another one of those favorite movies from my childhood that still holds up really well as an adult. While the story itself is a little conventional, what made this movie such a joy to watch was its masterful fusion of live-action and 2D animation (which despite being 25 years-old as of writing this, still looks amazing today), hilarious gags, and Christopher Lloyd as Judge Doom, one of the creepiest movie villains of my youth.
Stephanie's Favourite Movies: Who Framed Roger Rabbit My absolute favourite movie of all time, and definitely for several reasons. This film is the reason why Robert Zemeckis is my second-favourite director, and the live action alongside 2D animation is of a revolutionary quality that has not yet been duplicated equally to this day. It also has great acting, like Bob Hoskins, Joanna Cassidy, Kathleen Turner, and Christopher Lloyd. This was an original idea and nowadays, … more
For all of my childhood, Who Framed Roger Rabbit has been one of my favorite movies. Thankfully, it's another one of those movies that still holds up really well as an adult. 1988 was quite a year for animation. Out in Japan, Grave of the Fireflies, My Neighbor Totoro, and Akira were released in theaters and were all superbly animated films that in scales from good to masterful, delivered storylines and themes unheard of at the time. Over in America, we were treated to Who Framed Roger Rabbit, … more